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Characters / Baby Looney Tunes

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Main Babies

    In General 

    Bugs Bunny
Voiced by Samuel Vincent

The leader of the kids, and is implied to be the oldest.

    Daffy Duck
Voiced by Samuel Vincent

Second in the lead after Bugs. He's bratty but means well.

    Tweety Bird
Voiced by Samuel Vincent

The youngest of the children.

    Lola Bunny
Voiced by Britt Mckillip

A close friend of Bugs and the tomboy of the group.

    Sylvester Cat
Voiced by Terry Klassen

A shy and neurotic kitten who's the least similar from the adult version (although versions are a tad cowardly and both have speech impediments).



Taz is a silly tasmanian devil.

    Melissa Duck
Voiced by Janyse Jaud

Introduced in the middle of the first season, she is a female Daffy Duck in some ways. Her best friend is Petunia Pig.

    Petunia Pig
Voiced by Chiara Zanni

Added to the show in the middle of season one. Her best friend is Melissa Duck.



Voiced by June Foray

The caretaker of the children.

    Floyd Minton 
Voiced by Brian Drummond

Granny's nephew, he looks after the kids when she's not around.

Minor Baby Characters

    Marvin The Martian 

Voiced by Samuel Vincent

A timid martian who only appears in "War Of The Weirds".

  • Adaptational Heroism: His portrayal in the shorts was sociopathic and evil, but this Marvin is a helpful and kind fella.
  • Alien Among Us: His presence as an alien isn't brought up in the episode, just that he's "visiting for a while". However, the songs that he appears in explicitly bring up his Mars roots.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: The rest of the kids except Taz didn't want to play with him because they thought he was weird.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He fidgets when uncomfortable, he has trouble communicating with the other characters, he's very intelligent for his age, and he's nonverbal for most of the episode.
  • Break the Cutie: After being ditched by everyone else when they thought he was "weird".
  • Character Tics: He has a tendency to fidget his fingers together when nervous.
  • Loners Are Freaks: The other children definitely thought so.
  • Misunderstood Loner with a Heart of Gold: He is undeniably bashful, but Marvin means well.
  • Mr Fix It: The reason why Marvin took the kids's toys is because he intended to fix them.
  • Nice Guy: Marvin acted helpful to the babies, even though they ostracized him.
  • No Mouth: Not drawn with a mouth, even when he is Suddenly Voiced by the episode's end.
  • One-Shot Character: Never appeared again after "War Of The Weirds", though he makes small song appearances.
  • The Quiet One: Too timid to befriend anyone.
  • Shrinking Violet: Makes Sylvester look aggressive in comparison.
  • Suddenly Voiced: At the end of "War Of The Weirds", he stops mumbling after finally coming out of his shell.
  • The Unintelligible: Mainly spoke in mumbling until the end of the episode he was featured in.

    Pepe Le Pew 

Appears in both "New Cat In Town" and "Stop and Smell Up The Flowers". Tends to make odd smells.

    Elmer Fudd 
Voiced by Brian Drummond

Appears in "A Bully For Bugs" as a kid somewhat older than the babies, and as a baby in the songs.

    Foghorn Leghorn 
Voiced by Scott McNeil

The central character of "Cock A Doodle Do It".

  • Adaptational Badass: He wins a challenge against the barnyard dog.
  • Badass Adorable: A cute rooster who is good at swimming, plus is strong.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He tells off the dog for chasing the roosters around.
  • Be Yourself: He learns this moral at the end of "Cock A Doodle Do It".
  • Butt-Monkey: In "Cock A Doodle Do It", Foghorn not only gets victimized by the bigger roosters, but gets hurt various times throughout the episode.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "Cock A Doodle Do It".
  • Expressive Hair: An expressive wattle, but still the same general idea. His waddle droops when he's upset.
  • Feather Fingers: Just like the other bird characters.
  • Motor Mouth: The song "Foghorn's Talking In The Barnyard" claims that he talks everybody's ears off.
  • Nice Guy: He's affable and amiable. He even protects roosters that were bullying him from a dog.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: He gets highly strong from training.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After the babies help him to gain spirit.
  • Verbal Tic: Tends to add "I say" in the middle of his sentences.

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